Phoebe

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Lead Institution: University of Oxford - TALL


Timescales: 01/05/06-28/02/08
(original timescale ended Feb 07, extension provided)


Project website: http://phoebe-project.conted.ox.ac.uk

Aims and Objectives:

The aim of the project is to guide practitioners working in post-compulsory learning (FE, HE and ACL) in designing effective and pedagogically sound learning activities. To realise this aim, the project team proposes to:

  • Develop a prototype online planning tool that will offer users both flexible and guided paths through the planning process and enable them to access a wide range of models, research findings and examples of innovative learning designs, intended to encourage them to explore new approaches and tools in their pedagogy;
  • User-test the planning tool for functionality and usability; and
  • Investigate the feasibility of further development and the integration of the planning tool into pedagogic practice by embedding use of the planning tool into a specific context for piloting and evaluation: namely, initial practitioner training and/or continuing professional development.


Project Manager: Marion Manton: Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning (TALL), University of Oxford

Project Team:

  • Liz Masterman (Oxford University Computing Services)
  • Marion Manton (TALL, University of Oxford)
  • David Balch (TALL, University of Oxford)
  • David White (TALL, University of Oxford)
  • Gerard Barker (TALL, University of Oxford)

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